Thursday, August 8, 2013


 I have written before about how I live in an outer island group called Vava'u in the Kingdom of Tonga. It's truly a special place.
  Part of it's uniqueness comes from the rolling hills and rocky cliff faces that make up Vava'u Lahi and the surrounding island. It's also home to one of the most beautiful churches I've laid eyes on.
  Life moves slower here.
 The natural beauty of the islands surround you every moment of every day. Sailboats dot the clear teal water, whales frequently visit, coconut trees tower over brightly colored homes, and people move at a pace which forces you to really slow down and enjoy every moment.
 Which just might include a good cup of Kingdom coffee at a local cafe.
Or a boat ride.
It's easy to smile here.

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